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Johnson’s DUP woes, Pelosi takes on the patriarchy and Trump’s ‘brilliant’ strategy

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

In today’s featured cartoon, Christian Adams takes a dig at UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his latest woes caused by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) or Northern Ireland rejecting his Brexit deal.

Dave Brown | The Independent
Dave Brown | The Independent

Dave Brown, too, takes a jibe at Johnson’s struggles, illustrating that Northern Ireland’s stake is the most contentious component of the Brexit deal.

Michael de Adder | Counterpoint
Michael de Adder | Counterpoint

Michael de Adder paints a picture of the now-viral moment where Nancy Pelosi, Democrat and Speaker of the US House of Representatives, stood up to a room full of men during a meeting this past week discussing the Kurdish crisis in Syria.

 

Allan Margolin | NBC News
Allan Margolin | NBC News

US President Donald Trump continues to recieve flak for US’s withdrawal of troops from Syria, but he maintains that his decisions has been “strategically brilliant”.

Adam Zyglis | Buffalo News
Adam Zyglis | Buffalo News

Adam Zyglis compares American footballer Colin Kaepernick’s celebrated political stance to LeBron James’ views on the Hong Kong protests that landed the NBA star in a controversy.

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